Monthly Archives: April 2016

TAKING FLIGHT

What was it drew me to pick up the blue on blue album with a banking seabird, wingtip to water, blurring the sea to azure glass? Was it the sense of movement as the bird fused air and liquid with … Continue reading

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QUO !

The necessary fashion accoutrement for the aspiring bohemian at my school was the canvas rucksack. Cheap and hard wearing, available at all army surplus shops, the bag suggested ‘although I recognise that I have to carry school work around this … Continue reading

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Unsung Heroes …Mickey Finn

I’ve always like the idea of a band incorporating a member who’s musical contribution is minimal. It sends out a very strong message that the band is more than justĀ about music and money. Of course bands are mainly about music … Continue reading

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Oh La La

Every couple of years the glossy music magazines will have a go at defining the ‘Top 100 Albums’. This has become a staple policy albeit a rather lazy one, after all all you have to do is get your staff … Continue reading

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